New crime scene response vehicle for state crime lab in Madison
MADISON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Wisconsin's Attorney General showed off a new set of wheels Tuesday in Madison.
A new crime scene response vehicle will be used by the state crime lab in Madison. The crime lab gets called for incidents like murders and officer-involved shootings and the vehicle helps lab workers as they collect evidence.
"This vehicle is going to allow our Crime Scene Response Team here in Madison to respond more effectively and efficiently to crime scenes. It's one of a number of steps we'll be talking about to update and enhance the capabilities of our crime labs," Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul said.
The new vehicle cost $192,000 and will come out of the Crime Lab's budget.